Under Richard Davis, the Bank was humane. It genuinely cared about its people. Now after a year and a half Cecere is feeling confident enough to flex, and to him, people are just expenses. If he's doing this when times are good, how will he treat employees during a downturn?
There's a climate of fear now, where there used to be collaboration and mutual support in furtherance of a goal. All that has been thrown away, and it's getting worse by the day. Morale is in the pit.
Forming a Union may be the only solution.